The Pulsating Fruit Bowl

We situated a specific interaction expressed by our main topic being the ripeness and decay of food. The design context was inspired by our audience being visually impaired. Our prototype ...
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Breathing Commons Workshop

Our research group hosted a great workshop on the topic of “Breathing Commons” on Friday 6th of November at the AIR Lab. We did individual and collective breathing Exercises, which ...
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Dementia Simulator

What if spouses and professional caregivers could experience the emotional distress, confusion, and cognitive challenges facing people with dementia ? The DemSim project is about the design and construction of ...
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MINOR MOVEMENTS

EVENT: infrastructures for un/recommoning How can we explore infrastructures for un/recommoning that engage us affectively, prompt us to reassess value systems and allow us to come together differently (on the ...
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Affective Design for Increased Health Outcomes for Chronic Patients

This industrial PhD project, that is conducted in collaboration with the digital health agency Daman, explores affective and emotional features of supporting people in coping with chronic illnesses such as ...
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BERMUDA

BERMUDA (aka the Affect-o-meter) is a piece of soft white fabric suspended in four wires, each wire controlled by independent data streams fed by real-time analysis of the sounds in ...
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Never let me go

– a play experience for art museums ‘Never let me go’ is designed by Karin Ryding who as part of her PhD project explores the concept of critical play from ...
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Verbal Traces

Verbal Traces listens to words in a room, and creates an interactive visualisations based on their emotional content and character. It bares evidence of the verbal actions in a space, ...
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361° i Atrium

360° i Atrium is a place specific 360 degree video installation made for the ITU Atrium. The project is an outcome of our collaboration with local artist Peter Holmgaard and ...
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